Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Think Tank Quickies (#85)

  • Heritage Action slowly becoming "irrelevant Neanderthal," says GOP aide.
  • New FixGov blog from Brookings focused on mending "broken" government.
  • Michael O'Hanlon on "The Greatest Generation" at Brookings.
  • Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe becomes 1st non-American to win Hudson Institute's Herman Kahn award.
  • Daily Caller: "CFR employs pro-terrorist Castro follower."
  • Chatham House establishes the Academy for Leadership in International Affairs.
  • Atlantic Council presents 4th annual Global Citizens Award to President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski, Queen Rania Al Abdullah, and conductor Seiji Ozawa.
  • Atlantic Council to open 2nd office overseas in Warsaw, Poland.
  • Rethinking the think tank with a "snowfall" experiment, via Sam Petulla.
  • Why think tanks will become ever more important.